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Saying I知 Sorry
by Bonnie May

Thursday, November 06, 2008
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How many times have you thought of someone from your youth and wish you could change things that happened?


 

Saying I’m Sorry
 
Is there someone from your past that brings sadness to your heart?
When you remember something you did, that tore you both apart.
If you have, you’re not alone for we all have sadness from our youth.
The things we did, the things we said were sometimes uncouth.
 
But it’s never too late to say I’m sorry if we hurt someone, sometime.
We can try to find them, let them know our sadness for being so unkind.
Some say you can never repair a relationship that has gone astray.
But I believe you can with honesty and love, and in a loving way.
 
If you’re truly sorry for what you did, it will come bursting through.
Driving all their doubts & misgivings away, and they will believe in you.
Sorry is not a hard word, but so many of us find it’s difficult to say.
If you mean it when you say it, it can change your life, in a very loving way.
 
Written by,
Bonnie May
 

 

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Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 11/12/2008
I agree with everything that you said in your poem.If people say sorry to one another,then he or she will become a better person if they mean it.take care

Edwin
Reviewed by Jon Willey 11/10/2008
the crudeness and insensitivity we employ in our adolescence sometimes leave scars that endure for a lifetime -- oh mouth of ignorance, loose not a tongue that wags your emotions -- peace to you Bonnie -- JMW
Reviewed by 000 000 11/7/2008
Words are healing..as well as hurtful. Choose them wisely
To say I am sorry and mean it, can heal each person involved.
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 11/7/2008
It's so true. So necessary for the soul. Cheers for a good one.
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 11/7/2008
well expressed and good advice
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 11/6/2008
More times than you can count, Bonnie - this is powerfully penned.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 11/6/2008
"How many times"...

Too many times...e
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 11/6/2008
How sweetly innocent, an olive leaf extended in the hope of better days.....

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Kenny Baez 11/6/2008
Sibling rivalry can be intense, and a look at nature's plan with all us chicks fighting in the nest for food from mama's beak, it's not hard to see why.

You're right, Bonnie, if there's a chance to repair any old grievances or hurts, a person should try their best to amend
and apologize to anyone in their past who they've knowingly
treated badly.


Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 11/6/2008
Beautiful writing sweet lady, just like you..be well and always safe OK...Hugss,much love too you
Reviewed by Susie McCray 11/6/2008
I love this poem. There are so many people that hate to admit that they have done something wrong and even more that never say that they are sorry.
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 11/6/2008
This is beautiful Bonnie, you have a compassionate soul
In Christs Love
Michelle~
Reviewed by Southern Comfort 11/6/2008
This was a beautiful, caring and loving write! My Mama never would say that she was sorry about anything, she reasoned that if she could relive the event, she would do it the same way, so there was no reason to say, " I'm Sorry". LOVE! SC
Reviewed by E T Waldron 11/6/2008
You certainly gave Sorry the message it deserves!
love the graphic too!;-)Excellent poem!...Eileen
Reviewed by Linda Law 11/6/2008
This is something that not only those of us who have moved on thru our years should read....but... for those who are young as well...to stop the pain that is inflicted; innocent or not...and to perhaps...reinvent their path ... saying I'm sorry is not easy...but if we can tell it to ourselves over and over...we should be able to say it to someone it matters! Always great writing...lindalaw
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 11/6/2008
Bonnie,

Delightful - both the poem & the image . . . thanks for these!!


Hugs,

Lance
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 11/6/2008
Wise words Bonnie. Saying "I'm sorry" should not be hard
Reviewed by Felix Perry 11/6/2008
I think we all have made mistakes or wronged someone in our lifetimes and if we can have the opportunity to say we are sorry it is a lovely thing but if not knowint in our hearts that we are truly sorry is the next best thing.

fee
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 11/6/2008
Wise words you pen, Bonnie, and that piccy is adoRAble! Well done; brava!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D X0X0X0
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 11/6/2008
Very true, very inspirational!
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 11/6/2008
I am sorry for my brother's Ed shenanigans against all of you.
With all my simpaties

Edvard the Elder (and the only honest)

PS: My Mom says HI! ! ! she's sorry for my brothers too.

Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 11/6/2008
IT opens SPACE for GOOD to come in and
possibly be SHARED~!
Love this poem Bonnie!
Makes me think and I like that, as I say my forgiveness while pondering!
Thank you (more so) for this Opportunity!
I do realize it does take TWO, for the growth to be strong, but to forgive on your side ONLY, can establish a route in the Universe and give your heart SPACE to grow!
Much love and WARMEST Hugs, Warrior PURPLE Lady SHEExooo

STay Positive!
Reviewed by Gene Williamson 11/6/2008
Bonnie, you are a treasure. The only sorry I'd like to say
is to someone I've been unable to locate for more years than
I can count. -gene.
Reviewed by Cryssa C 11/6/2008
This hit home to me today...but sadly, sometimes...even I'm sorry isn't enough. And the friend that I long to renew ties with will not listen to me repeated pleas of sorrow. We shared so many wonderful times... I believe that in order to forgive, there must (at least in this case) be the willingness for both parties to accept their responsibility for a friendship falling apart. And...ultimately, there must be a willingness to forgive and forget.

Cryssa
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 11/6/2008
Iエm sorry
Reviewed by George Carroll 11/6/2008
Make amends before it's too late and remember to say your sorry to God Also.



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